Portrait of Princess Henrietta Anna Stuart of England (1644-1670) - (after) Caspar Netscher
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Attribué à Pierre Gobert Fontainebleau, 1662-Paris, 1744 - Portrait de [...] | lot 509 | Maîtres Anciens et du 19eme, Tableaux, Dessins, Sculptures, Cadres anciens et de collection - 2ème Partie at Artcurial
Marie-Francoise de Bourbon, Mlle de Blois, duchesse d'Orleans (1677-1849), legitimized daughter ofLouis XIV and Madame de Montespan, ca 1690's, attributed to Pierre Gobert Fontainebleau, (1662-1744)
1692 Françoise Marie de Bourbon, Mademoiselle de Blois, duchesse d'Orleans by Francois de Troy (Versailles) | Grand Ladies
Françoise Marie de Bourbon is again portrayed by de Troy, this time with a jeweled headdress and wearing a red and gold dress with a scoop neckline.
Portrait presumed to be the Duchess de la Vallière accompanied by her children by Jean Gilbert Murat after Pierre Mignard (Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon - Versailles, Île-de-France, France) | Grand Ladies
This work by Murat after Mignard also portrays Louise de la Vallière wearing a dress with a jeweled bodice with her children by Louis XIV.
Louise Francoise de Bourbon, Mademoiselle de Nantes, illegitimate daughter of Luis XIV and the Marquise Montespan by Joseph Albrier after Pierre Mignard (Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon - Versailles France) | Grand Ladies
Louise Francoise de Bourbon is shown wearing a dress with a jeweled split bodice in this Mignard portrait.
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Pierre Mignard (1612-95) - Louis, the Grand Dauphin of France with his Family
This group portrait, which appears to be a copy after the original at Versailles by Pierre Mignard (1612-1695), combines an air of easy informality with clear indications of the sitters high status. The Grand Dauphin Louis wears the blue sash of the French chivalric Order of the Saint Esprit (equivalent to the English Order of the Garter), and so too do his three sons: five year-old Louis de Bourgogne, four-year-old Philippe dAnjou and the infant Charles de Berry, leaning against his…